A cow walks through traffic on South Lantau Road in June 2014. The “Driving on Lantau Island” scheme was introduced to enable people to drive private cars on the closed roads on Lantau Island on weekdays when traffic is not heavy. Photo: Edward Wong A cow walks through traffic on South Lantau Road in June 2014. The “Driving on Lantau Island” scheme was introduced to enable people to drive private cars on the closed roads on Lantau Island on weekdays when traffic is not heavy. Photo: Edward Wong
A cow walks through traffic on South Lantau Road in June 2014. The “Driving on Lantau Island” scheme was introduced to enable people to drive private cars on the closed roads on Lantau Island on weekdays when traffic is not heavy. Photo: Edward Wong

Letters | Let more private cars get access to Lantau Island roads

Topic |   Traffic and road safety in Hong Kong
A cow walks through traffic on South Lantau Road in June 2014. The “Driving on Lantau Island” scheme was introduced to enable people to drive private cars on the closed roads on Lantau Island on weekdays when traffic is not heavy. Photo: Edward Wong A cow walks through traffic on South Lantau Road in June 2014. The “Driving on Lantau Island” scheme was introduced to enable people to drive private cars on the closed roads on Lantau Island on weekdays when traffic is not heavy. Photo: Edward Wong
A cow walks through traffic on South Lantau Road in June 2014. The “Driving on Lantau Island” scheme was introduced to enable people to drive private cars on the closed roads on Lantau Island on weekdays when traffic is not heavy. Photo: Edward Wong
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